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Practical English: Shopping
How much is that?
||I´ll have a whole-wheat loaf, three white loaves, a baguette and ten rolls, please. How much is that?|
||The whole-wheat loaf is 45 cents, the white loaves are 35 cents each, the baguette is 27 cents and the rolls are eight cents each. That makes two dollars fifty-seven cents.|
||There you go.|
||Thank you, ma´am. Forty-three cents change. Have a nice day.|
Narration: Part Three
|“Whether particular assets are to be shown as fixed assets or current assets shall depend upon the purpose for which they are intended. Fixed assets shall comprise those assets which are intended for use on a continuing basis for the purposes of the undertaking´s activities.”|
| (Excerpt from Directive 78/660/EEC)|WORD OF THE DAY:
Dictionary entry overview:
• ARCADIA (noun)
The noun ARCADIA has 1 sense:
1. a department of Greece in the central Peloponnese
Familiarity: ARCADIA used as a noun is very rare.